Tag Archives: consumerism

From “Made in the USA” to “Made in China”

Why will Western economies have to wage an increasingly intense competition with the rest of the world for resources and capital?

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Can the "China Miracle" Last? (Part I)

How long can China’s economy grow as rapidly as it is growing now?

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Are Global Imbalances Curable? (Part II)

Why does specialization lead to an imbalance of payments — with some countries having net surpluses and others having net deficits?

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Are Global Imbalances Curable? (Part I)

How long will the world sustain large global economic imbalances?

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Running on Steroids: A False Economic Recovery

What underlying problems threaten the nascent U.S. economic recovery?

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The China Checklist (Part II)

How are U.S. companies profiting from Chinese consumers?

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The China Checklist (Part I)

What are some common myths about U.S.-China relations?

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The Future of U.S. Affluence

Should the American welfare system be overhauled — and at what cost?

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No Drama Angela

Can Chancellor Angela Merkel maintain her “no-drama” approach to handling the Germany economy?

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China’s Real Three Challenges to the United States

What are the global dimensions of the challenges China poses to the United States?

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